how many cubic feet in kenmore refrigerator 253.76822400?

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Answered: How many cubic yards is in 300 square feet?

1 yard = 3 feet Use this conversion relation to find out your answer

Answered: Anyone know where I can get a side by side refrigerator that is 33wide

I'd recommend going to a place that sells appliances for motor homes.

Answered: How do you convert something that 0.625 in diameter and 30 feet in length

by diameter i guess your using a tube so the calculation is as follows: Area of the cross section (circle): A=(pi)R2 A=(3.1415) x 0.3125 x 0.3125 A=0.3067871 inches squared Volume is: V=A x L V=.3067871 x 360 inches (30 feet) V=110.44336 inches cubed A cubic foot is 12 x 12 x 12 = 1728 ...

Answered: We have a Kenmore side by side custom made ...

There is a consumer protection agency in almost every large city to whom you can complain. Also there are radio talk shows and similar columns in local newspapers. When they start working for you, you will see how fast Sears will resolve the problem to your satisfaction. Fight them and don't give ...

Answered: I have replaced temperature control and start relay refrigerator still

LU-960M (K) intelligent program PID regulator 1. Brief Introduction LU-960M (K) may set for 20 to 200 segments program control curves, suit for temperature rise/fall program control systems which need high precession multi segments curve. It has the function of relay control, manual/auto ...
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How long are cantolopes good in the refrigerator?

A cantaloupe in the refrigerator is probably good for 4 days. Maybe it will be still edible after a week if you don't see mold, but it may get mushy and the taste will start to change.

Sub zero refrigerator doesn't work so I changed the relay starter,still

not sure but .... I'm thinking that was not the problem!

How to convert from normal cubic meter to cubic meter.

PV/T = Pn Vn/Tn HEre pn, vn, Tn are normal pressure, volume and temperature respectively. PVT are standard press, temp and vol resp. Therefore, to find volume at cubic metre, V=Pn Vn T / (Tn P) We know, Tn = 273, pn = 10333 mmwg,V=( Normal cubic metere)Volume given (to be converted to cubic ...

How is 10,000 feet like?

Depends on where your at, in Texas it would be one football field.